Prison inspector's report on Lovell

This is a confidential report on Lovell from the Inspector of Prisons. The report provides a concise but detailed account of Lovell's background and his day-to-day life in prison. He works as a tailor, can 'read well and write a little', eats gruel for breakfast, and bears his imprisonment 'without any apparent bad effects'. Before becoming a Chartist, Lovell was a Sunday school teacher. Under 'profession or trade', he is described as a gardener.
Catalogue reference: HO 20/10, p. 4 (January 1841)

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